A Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing: Or Vice-Versa?

There exists a tendency for drowning men and straws, a phenomenon that is contrary to logic and fundamental laws of theoretical physics. By all key economic indicators, Kenya is a proverbial drowning man. The country faces the daunting task of retiring its $ 2 billion Eurobond debt as the clock ticks towards the June 24 redemption date.

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